Judicial policy‐making in Germany: The federal constitutional court

@inproceedings{Landfried1992JudicialPI,
  title={Judicial policy‐making in Germany: The federal constitutional court},
  author={Christine Landfried},
  year={1992}
}
The most powerful policy‐maker among German courts is the Constitutional Court. It is the thesis of this analysis that the danger of judicial review is a process of judicialisation of politics. More and more political questions are decided by the Constitutional Court and, thereby, political alternatives are reduced. Members of Parliament contribute to this development by carrying too far the consideration of legal arguments in legislation and judges by exceeding their competence in several… CONTINUE READING